Malaysian AES + Speed Trap Camera Locations For 2020!

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Page 1 : AES Camera Locations, Common Speed Trap Camera Locations

Planning to head back to your hometown? Be sure to keep to the speed limit because there are now many AES cameras on the highways!

We will keep you updated on the latest AES camera locations, but no matter what – make sure you DRIVE SAFE!


AES Cameras

Malaysians love to visit our family and friends back in our hometowns. And thanks to the our many holidays, we get to do that quite often.

This mass migration from the cities to the suburbs (and back again) always involves a PDRM operation to catch speeding motorists. Usually with speed trap cameras, and now with greater frequency – the dreaded AES (Automated Enforcement System).

Malaysian AES & Speed Trap Camera Locations
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While we do not condone speeding, we know that a speeding ticket can really put a damper on your festive cheer. So here is a list of common AES and speed trap camera locations that has been compiled over the years to help you avoid having your festive photo taken by the traffic police.


AES Camera Locations (PLUS) Updated!

North Bound
  • Johor Bahru, at KM 1
  • Kuala Muda, at KM 97.2
  • Pagoh, at KM 151.4
AES Pagoh North Bound
AES Pagoh North Bound
  • Bandar Baharu, at KM 174
  • Jasin, at KM 184.2
  • Taiping, at KM 204.6
  • Alor Gajah, at KM 214.4
  • Kampar, at KM 299.9 Thanks, Gunalan Manickam!
  • Kajang, at KM 301.6
  • Slim River, at KM 375.9
South Bound
  • Johor Bahru, at KM 1
  • Sungai Petani, at KM 96.3
  • Jasin, at KM104.9 New!

AES Jasin South Bound

  • Pagoh, at KM 146.8
AES Pagoh South Bound
AES Pagoh South Bound
  • Jawi, at KM 166.1
  • Bemban, at KM 185 New!
  • Alor Gajah, at KM 214.4 Thanks, Sabrina LY Tan!

AES Alor Gajah South Bound

  • Pantai Timur 2, at KM 255.9
  • Behrang, at KM 382.8


AES Camera Locations (Other Highways)

  • KM 21, North Bound
  • KM 21, South Bound
Jalan Lebuh Sentosa
  • KM 1.6, from Kajang to PICC
ELITE Highway
  • KM 17, North Bound
  • KM 28.4, South Bound
Guthrie Highway
  • KM 18, North Bound
  • KM 18, South Bound
  • KM 6.6, from Puchong to Kajang
Gua Mustang to Kuala Krai
  • KM 17, towards Kota Bahru
East Coast Highway 2
(Pantai Timur 2)
  • KM 256.1, towards Kuala Lumpur
  • KM 288.6, towards Kuala Terengganu


AES Traffic Light Cameras

These are new or upcoming AES traffic light camera installations, arranged by state. These cameras are not speed trap cameras. Instead, these AES cameras catch those who run the red lights.

This is a VERY long list of AES traffic light cameras, so we split it into separate pages, with links directly to the state you are interested in.


Common Speed Trap Camera Locations

PLUS Highway
(North Bound)
  • Under a bridge at about KM 456, Sg Buloh junction.
  • Under a bridge at about KM 459, Bukit Lanjan interchange.
  • Under the overhead restaurant at Sg Buloh.
  • Under the last bridge before Sg Besi toll at KM 309.2.
  • Under the bridge at KM 296.5, Bangi junction.
  • Under the newly constructed bridge at KM 289.0, after the Nilai North junction.
  • Under the bridge at KM 286.5, Nilai North junction.
PLUS Highway
(South Bound
  • Alor Setar to Pendang, at KM 63.3 New!
  • Pendang to Gurun, at KM 72.2 New!
  • Seberang Jaya to Juru, at KM 142.7 New!
  • Bukit Merah to Taiping, at KM 197.1 New!
  • Changkat Jering to Kuala Kangsar, at KM 204.6 New!
  • Jelapang to Sungai Pulai, at KM 267.9 New!
  • Gopeng to Tapah, at KM 297.0 New!
  • Gopeng to Tapah, at KM 317.0 New!
  • Bidor to Sungkai, at KM 352.0 New!
  • Tapah to Bidor, at KM 339.4 New!
  • Rawang to Sungai Buloh, at KM 443.9 New!
  • Below signboard at about KM 454.6 and KM 455.2, Sg Buloh layby.
  • Under the bridge after Subang junction at KM 11.3.
  • Under the bridge at KM 22, Bukit Lanjan junction.
  • Under the bridge before the Nouvelle Hotel (old Mint Hotel), Sg Besi Toll. 80km/h only!
  • Under the bridge at KM 302.8, Kajang junction.
  • About 1 km south of Bangi junction, both south and north bound outer lanes
  • At KM 296.5 and KM 297, Bangi junction.
  • Under the bridge at KM 289.0, before the Nilai North junction.
  • At KM 285.5 and KM 285.8, Nilai North junction.
  • On center divider at KM 251.8 and KM 253 after the Senawang junction.
  • After the Alor Gajah junction at KM 213.9, next to the A’Famosa water theme park.
  • Behind the right hand crash barrier at KM 198.4.
Elite Central Link
(East / North Bound)
  • On left hand side at KM 4.8 after Batu Tiga/Shah Alam exit
  • Under the overhead restaurant at USJ/Hicom junction about KM 8.5. 90km/h zone!
  • Below the bridge before USJ/Hicom junction at KM 10.5.
Elite Central Link
(West / South Bound)
  • Under the overhead restaurant at USJ/Hicom junction about KM 8.5. 90 km/h zone!
  • Below the bridge before USJ/Hicom junction at KM 10.5.
  • After exit from KLIA toll to the airport, below Jalan Pekeliling flyover. 90 km/h zone.
(East / North Bound)
  • Behind crash barrier on the left when leaving Jalan Duta toll from KL, at KM 25.3 and KM 25.7, 80 km/h zone!
  • From Jln Duta, below the bridge, KM 23, 80 km/h zone!
  • From Jln Duta, at the underpass at Sg Buloh Y-junction, KM 22.
  • Behind crash barrier at Damansara Junction, KM 17.7 and KM 16.8.
  • Below railway bridge at KM 11.2.
  • Under the bridge at the Shah Alam junction.
KESAS Highway
(East Bound)
  • Under the bridge at KM 44.8, downhill run after Puchong junction.
KESAS Highway
(West Bound)
  • At Sg Besi side of East Bound Toll. Kuala Lumpur City
  • Jalan Duta; below the flyover at the Damansara junction, 70 km/h zone.
  • Dual carriageway between Klang and Port Klang. Towards Klang direction, at about KM 13. 70 km/h only!
East Coast
  • Road sign at Karak highway is inadequate especially at Y junction; if you are unfamilar, go slow.
  • East bound, downhill run after Raub junction.
  • Maran, 60 km/h zone.
  • Paya Bungor, 70 km/h zone.
(South Bound)
  • Tangkak junction.
  • Under the bridge after Yong Peng
(North Bound)
  • At KM 97.3.
  • Ayer Hitam junction.
  • Sedenak junction.
Perlis, Kedah & Penang
(North Bound)
  • Around Ayer Hitam in 60 km/h zone.
  • Before Perwaja Steel.
  • Sg Petani junction.
  • Between Seberang Jaya junction and Sg Dua Toll.
  • Penang Bridge at island end. Speed limit 80 km/h.
Perlis, Kedah & Penang
(South Bound)
  • Penang Bridge island end. Speed limit 80 km/h.
  • About 2km before Juru Toll Speed limit 90 km/h.
(North Bound)
  • Under the bridge at KM 197.1 and KM 198.8, after the Kamunting Junction.
  • Under the bridge at KM 204.3, after the Kamunting Junction.
  • Under the bridge at KM 208, before the Kamunting Junction.
  • Under the bridge at KM 214.8, before the Kamunting junction.
  • Ipoh Vista Point at about KM 263. Speed limit 80km/h.
  • Under the bridge at KM 271, Ipoh North Junction.
  • Under the bridge at KM 274.4, Ipoh South Junction.
  • Under the bridge at KM 286.9, Simpang Pulai Junction.
  • Under the bridge at KM 296, Gopeng Junction.
  • Under the bridge at KM 352.6, after Sungkai Junction.
  • Under the bridge at KM 353, Sungkai Junction.
  • Under the bridge at KM 373, Slim River Junction.
(South Bound)
  • Under the bridge at KM 199, before Kamunting junction.
  • Under the bridge at KM 241.9, at Kalau Kangsar junction.
  • Under the sign post at KM 296.1, before the Gopeng junction.
  • Under the bridge at KM 297, at the Gopeng Junction.
  • Under the bridge at KM 300, after the Gopeng junction.
  • Under the bridge at KM 308.6, after the Gopeng junction.
  • Under the bridge at KM 372.6, at the Slim River junction.


How Accurate Is The Information?

Note that this list and similar posts have been shared in various social media postings over the last few years. It is impossible to trace their provenance or accuracy, so take them with a pinch of salt. The PDRM have also maintained that they do not have permanent locations for speed trap cameras.

Frankly speaking, as detailed as this list of speed trap camera locations is, it is impossible to take note of all of these speed traps while you are travelling back to your hometown. It would be easier to just keep below the speed limit.

Besides, it is supposed to be a holiday trip, not a race. So instead of worrying about speed traps this holiday season, just take a slow drive back home. Have a safe trip, everyone! 😀


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  1. Simon Yee

    No La, They are not on holidays,
    Just they are always late for every event in their lives.
    And maybe they are born late.

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  4. Guna

    Very much appreciate if you could stop your car and note down the GPS co-ordinates of the AES camera location. This information is vital to update google maps and malfree/malsing maps. You may need to download and install a separate app on your mobile phone to accomplish this. Natively, Android or iphone do not have this function.

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  6. Safuan

    Hope all will be abolished under ph govt. U drive under 110, plus q plus maintenance , avg speed is 80 or less. Some western country don hv speed limit, called freeway.

  7. Yat

    AES North bound from JB to KL:
    At 184 instead of 174
    Then another at 214

    AES South bound from KL to JB
    There’s one at 184 but couldn’t spot the one at 166

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